indurad grew out of a research project at Institute for Advanced Mining Technologies AMT of (formerly IMR, BGMR and IBH) RWTH Aachen. The R&D project addressed the developing 3D radar technology for operator assistance solutions in the mining industry, as both operator assistance in mining were missing as well as suited sensor technologies as replacement for laser and ultrasonic.
The following years saw new sensors, business awards, the establishment of international subsidiaries and partnerships, and – last but not least – a steady and healthy growth in staff and office space at home in Aachen, Germany. Globally indurad has a team of more than 100 employees, now and in 2018, indurad celebrated 10 years of successful and innovative work in automation and mining safety.
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Prof. James Tour
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